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Via di Sant'Erasmo 11, Rome, RM00184 Italy | 13 38 10
out of 24 reviews
“Pleasant place to stay”
This is a lovely little block of rooms in a quiet apartment building. The rooms are good sized and well lit. Breakfast is served in your room every morning and can be catered to your specifications. The staff were all very friendly and helpful, and generally spoke good English. The hotel is located on a quiet residential street but is just a couple of blocks away from busier areas so access to shops, cafes, and buses is quite easy. The colosseum is 1/2 mile away, as well as the metro line.
My husband and I had a pleasant 12-night-stay at this B&B. The staff (Pusha) was excellent! She was always friendly and helpful. We highly recommend this B&B.
“Great Hotel and Staff”
For a B&B, it was an excellent deal. The receptionists were very helpful and friendly and they did not charge me for an extra coffee and a broken cup. It is hard to find people speaking English in Italy and usually, hotel staff is rude. The hotel was simply great and I would stay there again. It might be a bit of a disadvantage for some people who don’t like walking since it is 20 min walking distance from the closest metro station (coliseum) but if you are between the age of 15 and 50, you are still young to complain about it so go for it.
everything was very good with the Domus Caracalla - Guest House the only thing I can say is they should provide coffee machine in each room so you can make your own whenever you feel like it. The staff was excellent.
I took my wife and 12 year old here and we loved it. The staff were excellent and spoke good Engish (well, some beter than others!!) which was helpful. The guest house was immaculately clean and tidy. If I had to find a bad point then I would say that its locations is not perfect. It was a bit of a walk to get to the sights but my 6 months pregnant wife managed so it cant be too bad! All in all, a wonderful place to stay and wouldn't hesitate to recomend.
“Great value, nice staff, quiet location”
Breakfast was brought to our room, punctual and arriving with a smile. The staff was very friendly, the room was small but well decorated and lovely. Location was a ten minute walk from Colosseum, on the quiet side of the action. For the money it was a great value, and we loved the quaint building with its old-world elevator. We highly recommend it.
“Very good stay”
Stayed here for 5 nights in early June. The hotel is about 10-15 minute walk to the Colosseum/metro. You do have to walk slightly uphill and then downhill to get to the metro. There are two ways to reach the hotel by public transport. You can either take bus number 714 from Termini station, ring the bell after you pass by the hospital on the right hand side. Other way is to take the metro to the Colosseo stop on the B line, you can then either walk to the hotel or take the number 81 bus for 2 stops, ring the bell after you pass the park on the right side. There are 5 rooms as stated, mine had a balcony so had breakfast outside every day. The room is small but very clean, not a big deal as I'm there for sightseeing. It's in a apartment building so it has a very authentic feeling of what a typical Roman family life is like. There is a small lcd tv but most of the channels are in Italian, only watched BBC news. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The only complaint I have is about the breakfast, you do get to choose from a list but if your a big eater it's not enough. It's based on per person so if your a couple you get two glasses of juice but no more than that. There is a charge of 2 euros per item for any extras you order. The other minor thing is that there is a 1AM curfew, not a big deal so don't stay here if you're a party person.
“An excellent place to stay in Rome”
This is a 5 room Guest House on the sixth floor of an apartment/condominium in a residential neighborhood. Excellent location for sight seeing, and shops, yet very quiet both during the day and night. The service was excellent and the management speaks several languages including English.
“Great Value If You Are Willing To Hussle”
This little B&B is in a residential building just 400 metres from the coloseum - the rooms are very nice and clean and for the price it is a great value. The attendants were very friendly and professional and they service breakfast to your room in the morning (included in the room price) and also have included wifi internet service in the price in the rooms. If you are willing to hussle this is a great place to stay (hussle meaning not all hotel frills are included).
“Hidden Gem - Highly Recommended”
I spent 2 nights at this bed and breakfast in July 2009 and have no regrets. While at first the bed and breakfast itself seems out of place in a residential area of Rome, it could not have been better situated. Its within walking distance of the Coliseum, and right by the bus stop that takes you to the main train station. Being a small bed and breakfast the service was exceptional. Staff offered information on sightseeing as well as a local map. Breakfast could either be enjoyed in your room or on the balcony, and it was a complete breakfast surely to appeal to anyone. Its my understanding that the bed and breakfast just opened in 2009 so the rooms were spotless and each had full bathrooms. I certainly recommend Domus Caracalla to anyone looking for a clean, safe and centrally located hotel in Rome. The staff will ensure you have a pleasant stay.